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Inequality For All Reviews

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Dan Schindel

A levelheaded, easily understandable primer on the aspects and causes of the problem. However, it does not do much to distinguish itself from similar documentaries.

Full Review Source: Nonfics | Original Score: 3/5

May 30, 2014
Kam Williams
Baret News

Former Clinton Cabinet member Robert Reich makes his case for a kindler, gentler capitalism.

| Original Score: 4/4

January 19, 2014
Jay Stone

Documentaries about the economy being what they are, you might not expect much from Inequality For All, but as directed by Jacob Kornbluth, it is the Indianapolis 500 of wealth analyses.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 3.5/5

December 12, 2013
Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

America is a country without any "self-admitted proletarians," where even the poorest see themselves as "temporarily embarrassed" millionaires.

Full Review Source: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette | Original Score: 87/100

December 5, 2013
Simon Houpt
Globe and Mail
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Reich is a natural teacher of complex concepts: The film doesn't feel like homework.

Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Original Score: 2.5/4

November 1, 2013
Peter Howell
Toronto Star
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Inequality for All is intelligent, persuasive and accessible, a gentle but urgent clarion call to action.

Full Review Source: Toronto Star | Original Score: 3.5/4

October 31, 2013
Duane Dudek
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Topical documentaries mostly appeal to the converted and are ignored by those who disagree. And "Inequality" probably will be no exception.

Full Review Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Original Score: 3/4

October 24, 2013
John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

Lacks the alarmist self-importance of 'An Inconvenient Truth,' even if the subject it investigates seems as dangerous as climate change to the country's health, at least in the short run.

Full Review Source: Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) | Original Score: 3/4

October 23, 2013
Corey Hall
Metro Times (Detroit, MI)

This is a curious case of liking the messenger, loving the message and yet still feeling as if you're being too heavily sold, even if you want to buy into the product.

Full Review Source: Metro Times (Detroit, MI) | Original Score: B

October 7, 2013
Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)
St. Paul Pioneer Press

The trouble with Inequality is that it's a book pretending to be a movie. Like far too many recent documentaries, there is nothing cinematic and almost nothing visual about it.

Full Review Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press | Original Score: 2/4

October 4, 2013
Marjorie Baumgarten
Austin Chronicle

[Robert Reich] headlines this documentary in which he explains his views about the United States' current economic woes. It's something he manages to do engagingly and with great clarity.

Full Review Source: Austin Chronicle | Original Score: 3/5

October 4, 2013
Tom Long
Detroit News
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Overall, this film is enlightening, entertaining and seriously alarming.

Full Review Source: Detroit News | Original Score: B+

October 4, 2013
Michael Sragow
Orange County Register
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This documentary would be a rousing David and Goliath story even if its hero weren't the diminutive Robert B. Reich.

Full Review Source: Orange County Register | Original Score: A

October 3, 2013
Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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President Clinton's secretary of labor lectures on income inequality with a refreshing lack of jargon.

Full Review Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

October 3, 2013
Todd Jorgenson

The film makes no secret of its liberal political leanings and activist goals, which means it likely will only preach to the converted.

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September 30, 2013
Keith Phipps
The Dissolve

An advocacy doc constructed to make a clear political point first and function as a film a distant second.

Full Review Source: The Dissolve | Original Score: 2.5/5

September 30, 2013
Katie Walsh
The Playlist

That a documentary about economics could be so personally emotional and affecting is remarkable. And to learn from Reich in this film, as his students at Berkeley do, is a treat and a privilege.

Full Review Source: The Playlist | Original Score: A-

September 27, 2013
James Verniere
Boston Herald

It all ends with Reich's students giving him a standing ovation. I felt like jumping out of a window.

Full Review Source: Boston Herald | Original Score: B-

September 27, 2013
Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly
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Robert Reich, a secretary of labor under President Clinton, leads us through a sharp-eyed essay-meditation on the rising trend of income inequality.

Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly | Original Score: B+

September 27, 2013
Bruce Ingram
Chicago Sun-Times
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Reich manages to infuse this enlightening/infuriating documentary on extreme income disparity in the United States, and the corollary marginalization of the middle class, with an optimistic spirit. One that may or may not be justified.

Full Review Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Original Score: 3.5/4

September 27, 2013
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